PAK vs WI: Third T20 match due to rain, Pakistan lead 1-0

The weather continues in the four-match T20 series between Pakistan and the West Indies. The third T20 match of the series between the two teams in Guyana was dropped due to rain. Only 8 balls can be played in the game. The weather was disturbed in the first T20 match and it had to be canceled in the end. In the second T20, Pakistan beat the Caribbean by 7 wickets to give Pakistan a 1-0 lead. The final match of the series will be held on August 3 at the field.

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West Indies captain Kieran Pollard won the toss and decided to bat first in the third T20. Fletcher was already in excellent form with the ball and he scored 14 off 6 balls before it rained. At the same time, Chris Gayle scored 1 out of 2 balls. Following this, heavy rain began to take place in the fast-paced match and the umpire finally decided to cancel the match after seeing the ground conditions. In the second T20, Pakistan defeated the hosts by 7 runs, based on Babar Azam’s half-century and Mohammed Hafeez’s economic bowling.

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Babar Azam scored 51 runs off 40 balls while wicketkeeper batsman Mohammad Rizwan contributed 46 runs. In bowling, Mohammed Hafeez gave Evan Lewis a wicket for just six runs in his four overs. For the Caribbean team, Nicholas Pooran played a stormy innings of 66, but he failed to win the team. In the five-match T20 series, the West Indies have recently beaten Australia’s strongest team, 4-1.

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